DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20170934

An unusual presentation of hemoglobin SD Punjab in a Saudi Arabian adult

Soheir S. Adam, Ahmed N. Sahly, Ahmed A. Jamjoom, Abdulrahman H. Ghoneim, Thunayyan M. Almasoudi, Mohammed O. Mohsen, Maha A. Badawi

Abstract


HbDPunjab is an uncommon variant hemoglobin that does not result in significant pathology when inherited as a homozygous disorder. When inherited with other hemoglobinopathies, it may result in varying disease phenotypes. HbSDPunjab has been rarely reported in Saudi Arabia, coexisting with alpha or beta thalassemia. In this report, we discuss the case of a 39 years old male who presented with severe anemia and renal injury and was later diagnosed with HbSDPunjab through electropheresis and genetic testing.


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Hemoglobin D, Sickle cell anemia

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